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An easy meditation to help when your self-esteem is low.
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Meditation For Self-Esteem With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 1
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Meditation For Self-Esteem With Kerry
Meditation For Self-Esteem With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 1 • 03:40

Having issues with low self-esteem? A more upbeat and self-assured version of yourself can be just a meditation away. Self-esteem and self-awareness may both benefit greatly from the strong practice of meditation.

You may develop inner peace and acceptance by practicing meditation, which teaches you how to calm your mind. You become more conscious of your thoughts and feelings as you remain motionless and without judgment. You may identify and address any negative thinking patterns that might be causing you to feel terrible about yourself thanks to this increased self-awareness.

Additionally, meditation can help you develop a stronger bond with your authentic self. Regular meditation helps you cultivate self-love and compassion, allowing you to recognize your value and individuality. Your self-esteem organically rises when you embrace self-acceptance. So set aside some time each day to meditate and experience the positive effects it may have on your sense of self and general well-being.


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- [Kerry Kalu] - Hi. Welcome. My name's Kerry and this is a practice that I do when I'm feeling frazzled and I need to be more present. I like to close my eyes and put my hands on my chest, around my knees, and take a big belly breath in. In the count of four. In, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. In, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. I like to pay attention to how my chest rises, how my lungs expand within me, how they do so much for me. They keep me alive. They keep me present. In, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. I like to relax my eyelids and my forehead as I breathe out. And in, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. I like to pay attention to my tailbone and my spine, and see if it's grounded, but reaching towards the heavens at the same time. And feel free to take up space. Take up as much space as you like. It feels good to be a human sometimes. Feel free to think of something you're grateful for. I'm grateful for my knees and my legs for taking me through so much. I'm grateful for my lungs for providing the fuel to have to be able to walk miles and miles when I want to, when I need to. I am grateful for my eyes, for being able to perceive all the great things that the world has for me. What are you grateful for? It can be little things, it can be these small things. I hope you're feeling calmer. I hope you're feeling your toes, and your ankles, your fingers, your wrists, even your little ears, maybe big ears. Who knows? They're beautiful either way. And I hope you're feeling peace and at home, just in your body, within yourself in this moment. It doesn't have to be all the time, just in this little tiny moment of life. I'm grateful I get to share this with you. This is awesome. Thanks for being here. I appreciate you guys. Have a good one. Bye.

Watching Now
Meditation For Self-Esteem With Kerry
Meditation For Self-Esteem With Kerry
Kerry Kalu • Ep 1 • 03:40

Having issues with low self-esteem? A more upbeat and self-assured version of yourself can be just a meditation away. Self-esteem and self-awareness may both benefit greatly from the strong practice of meditation.

You may develop inner peace and acceptance by practicing meditation, which teaches you how to calm your mind. You become more conscious of your thoughts and feelings as you remain motionless and without judgment. You may identify and address any negative thinking patterns that might be causing you to feel terrible about yourself thanks to this increased self-awareness.

Additionally, meditation can help you develop a stronger bond with your authentic self. Regular meditation helps you cultivate self-love and compassion, allowing you to recognize your value and individuality. Your self-esteem organically rises when you embrace self-acceptance. So set aside some time each day to meditate and experience the positive effects it may have on your sense of self and general well-being.


View Transcript
- [Kerry Kalu] - Hi. Welcome. My name's Kerry and this is a practice that I do when I'm feeling frazzled and I need to be more present. I like to close my eyes and put my hands on my chest, around my knees, and take a big belly breath in. In the count of four. In, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. In, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. I like to pay attention to how my chest rises, how my lungs expand within me, how they do so much for me. They keep me alive. They keep me present. In, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. I like to relax my eyelids and my forehead as I breathe out. And in, two, three, four. Out, two, three, four. I like to pay attention to my tailbone and my spine, and see if it's grounded, but reaching towards the heavens at the same time. And feel free to take up space. Take up as much space as you like. It feels good to be a human sometimes. Feel free to think of something you're grateful for. I'm grateful for my knees and my legs for taking me through so much. I'm grateful for my lungs for providing the fuel to have to be able to walk miles and miles when I want to, when I need to. I am grateful for my eyes, for being able to perceive all the great things that the world has for me. What are you grateful for? It can be little things, it can be these small things. I hope you're feeling calmer. I hope you're feeling your toes, and your ankles, your fingers, your wrists, even your little ears, maybe big ears. Who knows? They're beautiful either way. And I hope you're feeling peace and at home, just in your body, within yourself in this moment. It doesn't have to be all the time, just in this little tiny moment of life. I'm grateful I get to share this with you. This is awesome. Thanks for being here. I appreciate you guys. Have a good one. Bye.


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